Origin of junker
Origin of Junker
Examples from the Web for junkers
All the blood of all the Twinklers, Junkers from time immemorial and properly sensitive to humiliation, surged within them.Christopher and Columbus|Countess Elizabeth Von Arnim
The field where the rows of Junkers bombers had stood was heaving and rolling and exploding.A Yankee Flier with the R.A.F.|Rutherford G. Montgomery
They simply wheeled across the sky in perfect attack formation, and then roared down on the Junkers.
However, it was instantly obvious that the Junkers pilots and their crews didn't want any truck with three Spitfire pilots.
But tell me this,—where'll labour be if America wins and our Junkers (he pronounces the J) come out on top?Dr. Jonathan (A Play)|Winston Churchill
Word Origin for Junker
"young German noble," 1550s, from German Junker, from Old High German juncherro, literally "young lord," from junc "young" (see young) + herro "lord" (see Herr). Pejorative sense of "reactionary younger member of the Prussian aristocracy" (1865) dates from Bismarck's domestic policy.